Four companies have each won two-year contracts from the Defense Logistics Agency to supply retail electricity and ancillary or incidental services to multiple U.S. federal departments and military branches.
DLA‘s energy organization received six offers for the procurement effort through a competitive bidding process, the Department of Defense said Friday.
The Pentagon, Army, Navy and the Air Force as well as the departments of Agriculture, Energy, Homeland Security and Health and Human Services are the using customers.
Suppliers will perform work in Washington, D.C., Illinois, Ohio, Maryland, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
The awardees and contract details are as follows:
- Constellation NewEnergy won $89,242,032
- Direct Energy Business won $16,308,321
- MP2 Energy won $70,361,108
- WGL Energy Services won $291,252,291